How do I contact Alberta Health Care?
Call 780-427-1432 (Dial 310-0000 first for toll free calling within Alberta) Visit their website at alberta.ca/ahcip.aspx.
What is the difference between Alberta Health and Alberta Health Services?
Alberta Health (AH) – the ministry of the Government of Alberta that is responsible for setting healthcare policy, legislation and standards for the health system in Alberta. Alberta Health Services receives funding for healthcare from Alberta Health. Learn more about Alberta Health.
How do I find my Alberta Health Care number?
If you know your health number and we have your current address, you can order your card using the Interactive voice response. Call 780-427-1432 and press 3, then follow the prompts. If you do not know your health number, press 0 to be transferred to an agent (for toll-free call 310-0000, then 780-427-1432).
How do I access my Alberta Health email?
How to Access AHS Email via Webmail
- Go to outlook.office.com.
- Enter your full AHS email address (e.g.: firstname.lastname@example.org) and AHS network password.
- Verify your identity using your preferred multi-factor authentication method.
Do we pay for Alberta Health Care?
Alberta has a publicly administered and funded health care system that ensures Albertans receive universal access to medically necessary hospital and health care services.
Who is in charge of Alberta Health Services?
Organizational Structure Reporting directly to the Board, Dr. Verna Yiu is President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of AHS and leads over 103,000 caring and dedicated individuals who make up the AHS workforce.
How much does it cost for Alberta Health Care?
Health and dental coverage starting from $76.10 per month! All residents of Alberta must register themselves and their dependents with AHCIP in order to qualify for benefits. Generally speaking, any service that is deemed medically necessary is covered by AHCIP.
Do you have to pay for Alberta Health Care?
The Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP) provides coverage for insured physician and hospital services elsewhere in Canada. In most cases, if you present your valid Alberta health card to an out of province medical or hospital service provider and receive insured services, there is no cost to you.